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EVENT PREVIEW | COMPOUNDING WORLD EXPO


Welset Americas Welset Plast Extrusions offers single pigment dispersions (SPD) for plastics compounding and masterbatch applications. Its Welset Amethylen SPD portfolio extends to 4,000 colours plus white, black and additive concentrates. � www.welset.com


Above: X-Compound manufactures a range of co-kneader compounding machines


Unibrom Well established as a supplier of brominated flame retardants, Unibrom has recently extended its EcoFlame portfolio to include phosphate and sulphonate types. EcoFlame products are available in bulk form or as a masterbatch. � www.unibrom.com


Unipetrol Part of the Czech group PKN, Unipetrol is a refining and petrochemicals company with a strong position in polyolefins (Liten HDPE and Mosten PP) and carbon black (Chezacarb highly conductive grades). It also produces a range of colour and additive masterbatches. � www.unipetrol.cz


United Feed Screws United Feed Screws offers screw and barrel repair and replacement services for a range of plastics processing equipment. It also offers a laser alignment service for extruder barrels and can undertake complete system rebuilds. � www.unitedfeedscrews.com


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Vertellus Vertellus is a leading provider of specialty chemicals to the plastics industry. Products for compounders include the Morflex and Citroflex plasticiser families, ZeMac compatibilising copolymers, Vitride reducing agents and Toponal antioxidants. � www.vertellus.com


Wacker Wacker offers an extensive portfolio of silicones and silanes. The product range includes silicone- based performance additives and modifiers for improved processing and compound properties and vinyl silanes for polyethylene crosslinking. � www.wacker.com


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Witte Pumps & Technology Witte Pumps & Technology manufactures precision gear pumps in standard and customised designs. Its products for the compounding and extrusion industry include melt and pressure increasing pumps. � www.witte-pumps.com


X-Compound X-Compound designs, develops and manufactures continuous kneader extruders for processing of temperature and shear sensitive formulations as well as highly filled compounds. It can supply standalone extruders or complete compounding plants. � www.x-compound.ch


Xinda


Xinda manufactures co-kneader and clamshell barrel co-rotating twin screw extruders for cable, masterbatch and engineering compound production. It has more than 1,800 compounding lines running in 48 countries worldwide. � www.xindacorp.com


Zenith/Circo International Zenith’s precision gear metering pumps provide accurate‚ reliable‚ pulse-free performance over a wide range of process and fluid conditions. Typical applications include dosing‚ filling‚ injection‚ coating‚ extruding‚ spraying and fibre spinning. � www.zenithpumps.com


Zeppelin Systems Zeppelin Systems is a global plant engineering company that specialises in development and manufacturing of components and plant for storage, conveying, mixing, dosing and weighing of bulk materials. � www.zeppelin-systems.com


Zoltek Zoltek is a leader in the production of industrial grade carbon fibre. Its products include general grades sized for use with PP, PA or PC as well as types suitable for use with ultra-performance thermoplastics. �www.zoltek.com


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